i currently use stagger style (for the unique defense mechanic), but have no stagger attacks in my combat deck. ohhh, i see, i think sooner or later, i'd like to change to the stagger style and learn some stagger moves simply because of how unpredictable they are. thank you for the feedback.
how to do: this technique to work properly actually relies on hitting stagger thresholds every once in a while to give you enough time to build up damage for the next mount. it works only on monsters that fly strht up after being mounted and don't go crazy in flashed state.
staggered joints for decking. by kevin faron (st louis, mo) on a 24' x 18' deck using 12' material running the 18' width is it better to stagger the joints or have all the joints on one side of the deck? if staggered, what is the offset 2', 4', 6'?
the deck is more structurally sound if you stagger. if you don't, the center beam/joist should be doubled up. you're essentially building two 8x8 decks next to each other with the center beam carrying double the load it should be, if not doubled up. if you stagger them, that is not the case.
hello, i am building a dark magician deck but sadly i only have the one dark magician circle and well i'm looking for a little help i've made a few decks already and i can see the deck can still preform very well with just the one but i'd still like to ask around for some deck idea's so that i'm not sleeping on any other card and or skills that could help me get more bang for my buck.
the traditional way most builders go about building a deck is to randomly stagger joints. the result is that end-to-end deck boards share the 1-1/2-in. thickness of each joist. that can cause problems, especially with wood decks. with only 3/4 in. of nailing surface, fasteners will cause ends to split, and since the board ends have to be tight
for absolver on the playstation 4, a gamefaqs message board topic titled "how do i build an effective absolver deck".
decks feature planks for walking on, but if these boards are shorter than the deck’s width, more than one plank has to be used per row. patterns from staggered joints are a way of helping to
once they've finished theframing, they begin laying the deck boards. diy how to build a deck - step by step guide to composite decks pt2 of our "idiot proof" series - duration: 23:11.
tips on building a green/white deck? collectible card games - magic: the gathering this is a split board - you can return to the split list for other boards.